The Varzuga 2016 blog is now live

By Charlie White

The Varzuga 2016 blog is now live

After a seemingly interminable wait, the Varzuga 2016 season is now upon us and the first few blog entries of the season have been posted... 

This year marks our 25th anniversary on the river and we are hoping for yet another productive year. As you will see from the blog, the river ice has gone and the water looks in perfect condition for the lucky rods who flew out on Saturday.

We will update the blog every day throughout our short season so do check in to see how the fishing is progressing. As ever, if you have any queries about fishing this extraordinary system then please do not hesitate to contact Charlie White for further details. To read the latest blog news, please visit www.varzuga.com

 

"The Varzuga/Kitza daily blog is compulsive and entertaining reading. If you are about to head out to the Kola, it is vital to know what conditions to expect, if only to leave behind all the stuff you thought you might need, but now realise you don't!  Roxtons do this better than anyone... Enjoy!" Philip Walker, May 2016

 

 

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